The gospel is the good news about Jesus Christ for all people. The expression of the gospel takes many forms as we reflect missiologically on what God is doing in a culture. One key aspect of the gospel is presenting it in a way that it is genuinely good news. While Jesus was on earth, he did many things that demonstrated that he was good news. God has used those things to draw people to himself.
Additionally, a presentation of the gospel without following up with discipleship does not properly make disciples. Evangelism and discipleship go hand in hand.
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Here is our library of simple gospel presentations attempting to connect Jesus’s story to the stories of cultures. To start, check out our page on the Gospel of a Movement.
The Gospel of a Movement
The Gospel reveals a glorious God relentlessly pursuing relationships with His image bearers. Learn more about the Gospel message shared by Paul in the book of Acts.The Gospel of a Movement
This is Eternal Life
One of the fears that most people experience is death. Here is a helpful gospel presentation focused on the gift of eternal life.This is Eternal Life
A Holiday Evangelistic Tool
Unwrapping the First Christmas especially written for the holiday seasons. Whether Easter or Christmas, this tool helps you share the true meaning of the first nativity and the uniqueness of Jesus’s life.Unwrapping the First Christmas
The Story of God
Here is a quick, easy to remember way to share the story of God with 6 symbols.The Story of God
A Message of Hope
During the COVID-19 crisis, a group of Christian leaders came together to bring a message of hope.A Message of Hope
God’s Mission in the World
God’s Mission in the World is designed to help you tell the story of God’s work in the world. It focuses on the incredible journey of how God invaded human history in order to have a relationship with those who bear His image. It is a story best told to others in your words, just as Paul told the story in his words. It is not a complicated story although it is certainly profound.Visit the Website
Learn From Paul
Next to Jesus, the Apostle Paul is the most prominent figure in the early church. For some reason, church planters seem to connect with him on a deep level. Perhaps it is because we want to be like him. Maybe we feel like our experiences are similar to his. Whatever the reason, Paul stands out among the apostles as one who took the gospel to places it had never been. For church planters, and for the rest of us, there is much to learn from the apostle. That is what this small book is about.Visit the Website
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